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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney looks at the underside of a car during a campaign stop at Macomb Community College, Center for Alternative Fuels, in Warren, Michigan, January 11, 2008.  REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney looks at the underside of a car during a campaign stop at Macomb Community College, Center for Alternative Fuels, in Warren, Michigan, January 11, 2008. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney looks at the underside of a car during a campaign stop at Macomb Community College, Center for Alternative Fuels, in Warren, Michigan, January 11, 2008. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
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United auto workers and other activists protest outside a Coney Island restaurant where Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made a stop in Livonia, Michigan, June 9, 2011. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

United auto workers and other activists protest outside a Coney Island restaurant where Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made a stop in Livonia, Michigan, June 9, 2011. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

United auto workers and other activists protest outside a Coney Island restaurant where Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made a stop in Livonia, Michigan, June 9, 2011. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
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